Now, self-adjustable eyeglasses for a clearer focus

Researchers have developed new self-adjustable spectacles that can be focused by the wearer himself by simply turning a dial on the frame.
Called ‘Eyejusters’ and developed by a British company, the self adjustable glasses allow wearers to simply twist the dial until they can see clearly.
The specs makes use of a technology called Slidelens, and works by sliding one lens over the other when the wearer turns the dial. This changes the lens prescription to give clear vision.
Eyejusters is an Oxford-based start-up that was co-founded by two physics students and two engineers.
The technology has been refined from an idea originally developed in the 1920s

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